Congratulations on getting your first lawn! For those of you who are new home-buyers or renters with a yard to take care of, it can seem daunting at first. How do you keep this grass healthy and looking lush and plush? Especially when you have to contend with seasonal weather, natural grass growth, kids, pets, […]
Taking proper care of your lawn can be a daunting task given the depth of knowledge that is truly required. If you're interested in learning how to keep your lawn healthy and pest free we can help.
Yard and Garage has numerous articles on topics ranging from how to properly cut your grass to tips on fertilization and aeration. If your goal is to have the perfect lawn we can help you achieve it.
Self-propelled lawn mowers are an excellent way to make your yard work more enjoyable while saving some money. They simply push themselves, all you need to do is guide them to help control their path!
The reason that you cannot spell “mower” without “ow” is that “ow” is the sound that every ear must feel like screaming when a lawn is being mowed anywhere within a half-mile radius. Also, the reason that you cannot spell “lawn mower” without “lower” is that “lower” is the volume setting that the ears of […]
Water hoses have long been an important part of maintaining a lawn or garden. The fact that they can supply vast quantities of water on demand to even the furthest reaches of a property makes them a truly valuable tool. If you want to get the most from your hoses, however, it’s essential that you […]
Whether you’re hoping for your own fruit or want to enjoy the fall colors of a sugar maple, there’s nothing quite like trees to add structure, character, and interest to your yard. Planting a tree isn’t difficult but like most things, it requires some planning ahead. If you think a tree might be in your […]
Spring mowing season is coming soon and with it comes lush, beautiful grass that needs cutting. Your lawnmower has been sitting in your garage all winter long and will require a tune-up before it’s in condition to mow. You can take it to a small engine shop if you don’t want to fool with it, […]